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Comment Re:Good Grief. (Score 1) 82

I am not an American, but I will tell you it is no accident that Russia had 2 nuke subs parked off the coast this week.

The perception of everyone I speak to is that Romney is a crazy. His being elected would lead to a major war using false flag in a matter of months.

What amazes me is the perception of Romney voters, they simply cannot see it.

Comment Re:Headline is a little misleading (Score 1) 529

Unless they run a memory dedupe automatically. Every object is not instantly decoherant to its former, ah, object, multiplied by infinity. Perhaps they merge back over "a time" as a single object, rejecting the "unfavourable" outcomes and all keep coming back to a single "most favourable" object that we see as reality.

Perhaps what we see as reality and the weirdness of QED is the Big FAT32 pre-defrag by the Magic Sky Santa.

Comment Re:backup data and replace (Score 0) 249

Two thoughts.

If a hemisphere is wiped out by a meteor I doubt that his data will be a great concern.

Second, that the fact that customs starts and scans your computer sounds like an excellent vector to insert a virus into them. Make it supicious enough that theyll WANT to keep a copy of the HDD. Either that, don't pay the fee then wait till some schmoe buys it at a recovery auction and target the new user with a root kit.

Just feeling evil today ;)

Comment Re:Free speech under attack. (Score 1) 138

Perhaps, but it must seriously burn your jocks that none of your comments are moderated above 1.

I am hardly anonymous, quite the opposite.

I took a little time to read you other comments after i posted mine. It was a knee jerk post, and i apologise for that. But i do feel your worldview is overly sarcastic, deply negative and well, rejected.

Comment Re:Free speech under attack. (Score 5, Insightful) 138

I don't think we have ever been really free, at least in a modern sense.

I suspect the early Picts, Vikings and other tribes had significantly more freedom than we have today.

We live in a pervasive information society, one where the government is the biggest customer and companies are all too happy to sell our data to it.

Our grandchildren will piss on our graves for what we have allowed.

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